German Chancellor Angela Merkel is in Iceland for talks with leaders of Nordic countries. Climate policy is expected to dominate the agenda, and Merkel has called for 'humility' in our treatment of the environment.
One year after Greta Thunberg conducted a lone vigil outside the Swedish parliament, the school climate strikes she inspired have become a global movement. But is there a fear that protest fatigue might be setting in?
A new study says sea-ice loss in the Arctic and unusually cold winter weather in the midlatitudes of Asia and North America are connected, but it's not a cause-and-effect relationship that some research has previously suggested.
Canada's chief electoral officer issued a public statement today assuring environmental organizations that they're free to promote action to fight climate change during the fall federal election without falling afoul of the Canada Elections Act.
Saying Cloud Peak Energy Corp. conducted "a very robust auction process," a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge promptly approved a sale of the coal giant's Powder River Basin assets to Navajo Transitional Energy Co.
An exodus for jobs abroad has played an important role in the reforestation of Nepal, as rural people leave and workers send money back to their families, reducing reliance on the land. Migration has had unexpected benefits for forest recovery in other nations as well.
White House hopeful Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) will attend a CNN town hall focused on climate change next month after previously saying a scheduling conflict prevented her from participating in the event.
Carbon offsetting schemes may actually increase pollution and harm local communities, studies have shown, as UN environmental experts called for the rich to stop buying credits ‘in exchange for a clean conscience.
If we are going to use a stick to punish industrial and commercial businesses into reducing their energy consumption, we must make certain to provide the support necessary so those companies don't simply move outside Denver city limits.